Salomon S-Lab Sense 6 SG Trail Running Shoe - Men's

Salomon S-Lab Sense 6 SG Trail Running Shoe - Men's
$179.95
S-Lab Sense 6 SG Trail Running Shoe - Men's by Salomon
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Salomon S-Lab Sense 6 SG Trail Running Shoe - Men's

Favoring all-out speed, the Salomon Men's S-Lab Sense 6 SG Trail Running Shoe is suited for competitive trail runners seeking a minimalist platform that's both stable and supportive. Its low-to-ground design enhances tactile feedback of the trail surface, but without being as skimpy in the padding department as zero-drop shoes with smaller stack heights. It's packing Salomon's Energy Cell+ midsole, which is comprised of a lightweight foam that's incredibly firm and responsive underfoot. The firm padding means you'll stay protected from rugged trail surfaces--all without requiring the thicker profile of trail shoes with softer cushioning. In turn, this minimalist padding allows Salomon's engineers to shave excess weight, lending a featherweight sensation that's designed for swiftness above all else. The anti-debris mesh upper retains breathability and keeps out trail debris from detracting from your running experience. The QuickLace system offers a speedy solution to adjusting the shoe, securing with a simple pull and locking toggle. Along the sole, the Premium Wet Traction Contagrip grips aggressively across variable surfaces, ranging from packed forest trails to rocky alpine scrambles. This tacky rubber even treads over slippery rocks and roots, so you're not slipping uncontrollably in the wet.

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